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Jul
3
answered What is the connection between manna and living on the Word of God?
Jul
3
answered Who repents in Zechariah 1:6?
Jul
3
answered What is the story behind mourning for Hadad-rimmon in Zechariah 12:11?
Jul
3
comment What are the strict set of rules followed by sensus plenior?
(+1) If you don't mind I plan to post an answer from an opposing 'label' that shows 'acceptance' of many of the ideas imbedded in your answer. But I have to wait till I properly understand more about SP, in a month or two. Thanks for sharing some of the orthodox results you have obtained. I find the figurative, though far less certain to me, often warms my heart more. My mind allows my heart a little more freedom than some, but I think personality also plays into exegesis and we must learn to accept different parts of the body gifted with different gifts.
Jul
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asked What are the strict set of rules followed by sensus plenior?
Jun
30
comment Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
Ok +1 - for getting drawn in deeply into possible meanings. cheers.
Jun
30
comment Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
I enjoyed reading your post a lot and had to read it a few times to understand your method, but I can't buy into the outcomes. Blue-King, Scarlet-Judge, Purple-Prophet. Only the alter was covered in purple, everything else blue. (When they moved the tabernacle) If anything I would have connected the altar with the priestly office. Cheers.
Jun
30
comment Who is the woman in Revelation 12?
+1 - The crowns on her head could be the gospel preached by the Apostles, and she seems on the moon possibly representing the light on a dark world under law. She stands (is supported by) the law and the prophets which reflected the 'dawning of the gospel. Also she is clothed with the Sun. So it seems she is the church who births more of the same.
Jun
30
answered Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
Jun
30
revised Who are the “third and fourth generation” in Exodus 20:5?
added NIV
Jun
30
comment Who are the “third and fourth generation” in Exodus 20:5?
@JonEricson - Yes I see what you are saying. Yet I think judgment for every sin, punishment happens immediately (at least internally) - but the ‘external judgment’ may be postponed. I am taking then ‘visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children’ to mean ‘not externally visited on the father’. For example, the kingdom of God was divided as a ‘national judgment’ for Solomon’s sin, yet Solomon lived in the greatest luxury without any national trouble at all!? (1 Kings 11:9-13). --- I usually use NIV and got your nudge, will try to remember to include that - Cheers.
Jun
29
revised Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
Fixed grammar
Jun
29
asked Why was the priestly exam of a woman suspected of adultery not applied to men (Numbers 5:11-31)?
Jun
29
asked Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
Jun
29
revised Who are the “third and fourth generation” in Exodus 20:5?
spelling fixes
Jun
29
comment Punishment in Exodus 20.5?
This is answered under this question: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/2030/… - if you find the answer sufficient maybe this one can be deleted? Cheers. Made me think a bit.
Jun
29
answered Who are the “third and fourth generation” in Exodus 20:5?
Jun
29
accepted Why was there a Sabbath year?
Jun
28
answered Murder on the way to Shechem in Hosea 6:9
Jun
28
answered Hosea 13:14 as quoted in 1 Corinthians 15